Wetlands acquisition and oil pollution of the sea: Hearing before the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Eighty-seventh Congress, first session, on S. 2187, a bill to implement the provisions of the International convention for the prevention of the pollution of the sea by oil, 1954; and S. 2175 and H. R. 7391, bills to promote the conservation of migratory waterfowl by the acquisition of wetlands and other essential waterfowl habitat, and for other purposes. July 31, 1961
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1961 - Nature - 40 pages
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$50 million 10-year period 127 million acres 1954 convention acquire acquisition of wet Admiral RICHMOND agricultural amended appropriated Audubon magazine bird conservation fund Bird Hunting Stamp BRIGGS BUCHHEISTER CHAIRMAN Committee on Commerce Congress conservation of migratory conservationists cost D.C. DEAR SENATOR Department discharge drainage duck stamp revenues enactment enforcement essential waterfowl habitat Federal Government fiscal Hawkes Identity numbers implementing legislation interest Interior International Convention IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE JANZEN JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER July MAGNUSON ment Merchant Marine migratory bird conservation Migratory Bird Hunting migratory waterfowl Narragansett Bay National Audubon Society National Wildlife Federation needed Office oil pollution oily mixture present preservation President Prevention of Pollution prohibited zones promote the conservation proposed purchase ratification recommended record refuge Sea by Oil Secretary Stamp Act statement tank tankers tion Treasury treaty U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Senate United WARREN G WARREN MAGNUSON Washington waterfowl hunting waterfowl resources wetlands acquisition program